Vinyasa Yoga is often also called ‘flow yoga’, sometimes — unhelpfully in my view — equated with Power Yoga. In Vinyasa yoga postures are strung together so the transition between postures is seamless, using the breath to initiate the movements. In this way the transitions are as much part of the practice as any individual posture.Continue reading “In the flow”
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Zoom room or studio?
I saw this bit of graffiti as I walked back from class this week. YOG. I laughed out loud. Something about the synchronicity, how this bit of vandalism paralleled my day, amused me. I was still laughing when I got home and my husband commented how different I was after my yoga class. He saidContinue reading “Zoom room or studio?”
What do you do when the teacher offers a pose that you can’t do? Do you compare yourself negatively to others in class or perhaps on social media? How do you react to yoga challenges? When I was a beginner, I remember getting quite angry with the teacher for suggesting a pose that was soContinue reading “Yoga challenges”
“Listen to your body”
“Listen to your body” is something yoga teachers often say. I know I say it myself! I say it because I want you to feel you have permission to adapt the poses and the practice to your own needs on that day. And because I believe that yoga is about cultivating self-awareness more than aboutContinue reading ““Listen to your body””
A lot of my students are work colleagues — yes, I have an office job too! So I know firsthand what it’s like to try to fit yoga in around a busy working day. And I also know how beneficial it is when I can! All those hours in zoom meetings with a less thanContinue reading “Work-Yoga-Work”